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Why did the club dread the visit?

KENYA (Reuters) – Kenyan football club FC Keno was keen to avoid an awkward meeting with an African champion when it visited the U.S. to take part in the World Cup.

But the U-19s lost 1-0 in the final on Sunday at the Avaya Stadium in San Jose, California.

They had hoped to face U.K. Premier League side Manchester City in a friendly but had to settle for a 1-1 draw, which left them in third place in Group H and six points behind fourth-placed Ivory Coast.

The U-23s were due to travel to San Diego in late October for a friendly against Costa Rica.

The club said it had already received offers for its top players but decided not to take them up because of the uncertainty of the trip.

“It was a tough decision for us to decide not to come here, but it was not our decision,” said FC Kallo president and managing director Nairobi Hadi.

“We were just concerned that we might not get the right offer.”

“We did not want to risk a serious incident because we are already in a difficult situation.

The club, which had won the first four titles in the U21 league before the 2013-14 season, is currently on the verge of qualification for the 2019 World Cup, although it must wait until 2023 for the first-round fixtures to take place.”

We hope to come back here next year and start a new journey.”

The club, which had won the first four titles in the U21 league before the 2013-14 season, is currently on the verge of qualification for the 2019 World Cup, although it must wait until 2023 for the first-round fixtures to take place.

Last month, it lost a second successive home game to the United States when midfielder Connor Lade had a shot deflected wide.

The league is not without controversy.

In 2014, a local soccer club was banned for staging a protest over a racist chant by supporters during a match.

Kano was set to host Brazil in the group stages of the tournament, but the match was delayed after an incident between rival fans.

The players’ union, Nkumbe, said on Monday it had called for an investigation into the match, which was staged after the match.